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The mathematical population geneticist and evolutionary biologist Sewall Wright taught throughout his long career. Between 1926-1955, he worked at the University of Chicago. During this time, he developed and taught both undergraduate and graduate courses. By the early 1930s, Wright’s teaching load settled into a core set of four courses: Fundamental Genetics (Zoology 310), Biometry (311), Physiological Genetics (312), and Evolution (313).
1. Evolution. These lecture notes derive from Wright’s Evolution (Zoology 313) course, as presented in June-August 1951. In addition to lecture notes, this volume includes three population genetics exercises, Sloan's research paper for the course, and Wright's final examination.
x+116 pages, 8.5" x 11"
ISBN: 978-1-906267-02-5 (pbk)
Robert E. Sloan was a master’s student with an interest in paleontology and evolution when he wrote these notes while attending three of Wright's core courses during 1951-1952. For more on Robert E. Sloan, see his oral history (link).
Joe Cain is editor.
3 volumes in total.
Robert E. Sloan created the handwritten notes used in this volume.
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